THURSDAY, 2ND SEPTEMBER
COLOMBIA/ ECUADOR/ PERU | CHILE
16:45 – 17:00 | 17:45 – 18:00
17:00 – 17:05 | 18:00 – 18:05
VALUES, MISSIONS AND VISION STATEMENT:
Why are they important? How to create them and how to get people to live them?
17:05 – 17:50 | 18:05 – 18:50
CLOSING AND RAFFLE
18:30 – 18:40 | 19:30 – 19:40
SPEAKER: JAIR FÉLIX
Jair Félix, National Geographic Learning Senior ELT Academic Consultant for Latin America, has a B.A. in TEFL from Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa in Mexico and a Post-Graduate Degree on Teachers’ Development from The College of St. Mark & St. John, Plymouth, UK. Jair has been involved in language teaching and teacher training for over 24 years and has conducted workshops on various topics such as lesson planning, discourse analysis for language teachers, action research, educational technologies, and 21st century skills, among others.
SPEAKER: MARY SCHOLL
Mary Scholl, a deep believer in learning, empathy, creativity and curiosity, is a fellow of the Institute for Collaborative Learning and founder of Centro Espiral Mana in Costa Rica. She has been teaching language (English and Spanish) for 30 years and has been designing and implementing educational projects in Latin America for over 20 years. Mary has a been a TESOL Certificate Trainer and trainer of trainers since 2001. Mary holds an MA in Teaching English and Spanish from SIT Graduate Institute. She has lived and/or taught on four continents and gratefully calls Costa Rica home.